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Oil-shales 213
Oil-shale industry 139
Environmental impact analysis 31
Environmental monitoring 31
Oil and gas leases 19
White River Shale Project 12
Rio Blanco Oil Shale Project 7
Environmental impact statements 4
Oil sands 4
Synthetic fuels 4
Colorado Oil Shale Tract C-b 3
Shale oils 3
Soils 3
Air 2
Geological Survey (U.S.) 2
Natural gas 2
Pipelines 2
Air quality Colorado 1
C-b Shale Oil Project 1
CATHEDRAL BLUFFS 1
Coal 1
Eastern Oil Shales project 1
Gas, natural 1
Geochemistry 1
Geology, Stratigraphic 1
Geology, Structural 1
In situ processing (Mining) 1
Mine ventilation 1
Mines and mineral resources -- United States 1
Mining claims -- United States 1
Mining law -- United States 1
OIL-SHALE INDUSTRY--ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS--UNITED STATES 1
OIL-SHALES--UNITED STATES 1
Oil-shales -- United States 1
Oil-shales Environmental aspects Colorado 1
Oil-shales Environmental aspects Colorado Garfield County 1
Petroleum 1
Petroleum -- Colorado 1
Reclamation of land 1
Revegetation 1
Revegetation Colorado Garfield County 1
Rocks 1
Shale 1
Shale oil industry 1
Shale oils $x Prices 1
Theses 1
This book presents the Proceedings of the DoE/NBS Workshop on Environmental Speciation and Monitoring Needs for Trace Metal-Containing Substances from Energy Related Processes held at the National Bureau of Standards , Gaithersburg, MD, on May 18-20, 1981. The Workshop was sponsored by the Office of Health and Environmental Research, DoE, and the Office of Recycled Materials, NBS. The volume contains refereed papers submitted by 24 invited speakers, along with substantially complete text of the discussion following the papers, edited by the Co-chairpersons. The Proceedings address three major topic areas forming the overall objective of the Workshop: (1) What are the general and specific types of metal- or metalloid-containing substances occurring in energy-related process materials such as coals, oil shales, and waste products. (2) What are the current status and future prospects of element- and compound-specific measurement methods suitable for speciation of trace (ppm, ppb) metal- and metalloid-containing substances transmitted to the environment by energy-processing or waste cycling technologies. (3) For what toxic molecular forms of speciated process effluents should biological dose-response data be generated to assure reliable environmental impact and monitoring measurements. Main questions focused on providing assurance that the speciation methods (or their development) fit basic bioassay criteria along with appropriate standard reference materials for meeting quantitative process and waste monitoring or control needs. 1
United States. Dept. of the Interior 1
Water-supply 1
Wilderness areas Colorado 1
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